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U.S. National Institutes of Health. Di- 
vision of Research Grants. 
Cumulative bibliography. Bethesda, Md., 
National Institutes of Health, 1967- 














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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 



CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR F. Y. 1961-1966, INCL. 



Research Documentation Section 

Statistics and Analysis Branch 

Division of Research Grants 

National Institutes of Health 

Bethesda, Md. 



INTRODUCTION 



This bibliography, listed numerically by grant number, is 
the NICHD portion of a six-year cumulative bibliography of PHS 
grantee publications. It was compiled from data cards which 
were used to prepare the bibliographic lists contained in the 
six annual issues of the Research Grants Index (1961-1966). 
Two changes in the format of the RGI during 1961-1966 account 
for the margin variations in this publication. 

The bibliographic list includes names of principal 
investigators of all NICHD research grants which appeared in the 
f.y. 1961-1965 RGI editions, even though some of the grants had 
no publications; but the names of investigators who were awarded 
new grants in f.y. 1966 but had no publications are not included. 
In instances where the principal investigator changed during the 
project period, only the name of the most recent investigator is 
shown . 

An alphabetical listing of the NICHD grantees is appended 
to the bibliography, and a list of grantees for all Institutes/ 
Divisions for the same period is attached. 

Extra copies of this bibliography, as well as the separate 
listings for other PHS Institutes/Divisions, are available in 
limited number from the Research Documentation Section, SAB/DRG. 



GLOSSARY 

Abbreviations for Institutes/Divisions and Study Sections/Committees 
in use during the period f.y. 1961-1966. 

Institute/Division Abbreviation 

National Institutes of Health 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases E, AI, AIP — ' 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases A, AM, AMP 

Cancer C, CA, CAP, CY, CYP 

Child Health and Human Development HD 

Dental D, DE," DEP 

General Medical Sciences G, GM, GMP 

" " " - Translation (1961 only) . . . . T 

Heart H, HE, HEP 

Mental Health M, 3M, MH, MHP, MY, MYP 

Neurological Diseases and Blindness B, NB, NBP 

Office of International Research RF, TO 

Research Facilities and Resources FR 

Clinical Research Centers (1962 only) OG 

General Research Support (1962 only) GS 

Community Health, Bureau of State Services — ' 

Accident Prevention ... AC 

Chronic Diseases CD 

Communicable Disease Center CC 

Community Health Services CH 

Dental Health DH 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HM 

Hospital Research Facilities (NIH support, 1961-1962). W 
Nursing NU 

Nursing (NIH support, 1961-1962) GN 

2/ 

Environmental Health, Bureau of State Services — 

Air Pollution . . . AP 

Air Pollution (NIH support, 1961) S 

Environmental Engineering and Food Protection EF 

Environmental Health Sciences ES 

Occupational Health ..... OH 

Office of Solid Wastes SW 

Radiological Health RH 

3/ Water Supply and Pollution Control WP 

Water Pollution (NIH support, 1961) K 

1/ The letter "P" after an Institute/Division abbreviation indicates a 
program grant (except AP and WP) . 

2/ Prior to the recent reorganization of the Public Health Service. 

3/ On Dec. 31, 1965 the Division of Water Supply & Pollution Control was 

made a separate Administration of DHEW, and on May 10, 1966, by virtue of 
the 1966 reorganization Plan No. 2, the Wat» r Pollution Control Administra- 
tion was transferred to the Dept. of the Interior, ^.y. 1966 awards 
administered ••ne'er this activity are included in this publication even 
though these programs were not under the PHJ for the entire fiscal year. 

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Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

Accident Prevention Research Ace Prev, APR 

Allergy and Immunology „ . . . . A&I, AI 

Allergy and Immunology Program-Project Committee .... AIP 

Allergy and Immunology Training Committee AITC 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases Training Committee . . . AID 

Applied Physiology . . . . AFY 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Program-Project 

Committee AMP 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Research Career 

Award Program- Project Committee * . . . AMK 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Training Committee . . AMTC, ARTH 

Bacteriology and Mycology B&M, BM 

Behavioral Sciences BS 

Behavioral Sciences Fellowship Panel BEH 

Biochemistry- BIO 

Biological Training Committee . . BTC 

Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry BBC 

Cancer Chemotherapy CY 

Cancer Program-Project Committee CAP 

Cancer Training Committee CTC 

Cardiovascular ; Cardio, CV 

Cell Biology . . . CB 

Chemotherapy CY 

Child Health and Human Development Program-Project 

Committee HDP 

Clinical Research Centers ..... CLR, CRC 

Clinical Research Center Program-Project Committee, 

General ." GMC 

Communicative Disorder Research- Training Committee . . . CDR 

Communicative Sciences CMS 

Computers in Research COM 

Construction Review Committee . . . CRC 

Dental - DEN 

Dental Program- Project Committee DEP 

Dentail Training Committee DTC, DTL 

Dermatology Review Committee DER 

Endocrinology Endo, END 

Environmental Sciences and Engineering ... ESE 

Environmental Sciences Review Committee ERT 

Epidemiology and Disease Control DC 

Experimental Psychology EXP Psy, EP 

General Medical Research Program-Project Committee . . . GMP 

General Medicine GM 

General Research Support GRS 

Genetics GEN 

Health Science Engineering and Biotechnology, Advisory 

Committee on SPR 

Health Services Research HSR 

Heart Program-Project Committee „ . . . HEP 

Heart Training Committee HTC 

Hematology Hema, HEM 

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Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

History of Life Sciences (formerly History of Medicine) . HistMed, HM 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HMF 

Human Ecology HUM Ec, HUE 

Human Embryology and Development HED 

International Centers, Committee on CIC 

International Fellowships Review Committee IFRC 

International Fellowships Review Panel IFRP 

Medical Libraries Facilities & Resources, Committee on . LFR 

Medicinal Chemistry MC 

Mental Health Mil 

Mental Health Project Grants Review Committee MHPG, MHP, MPG, MPGA 

Mental Health Research Career Award Training Committee . MHK 

Mental Health Selection Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Small Grants MSM 

Mental Health Special Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Training Committee MTC 

Metabolism MET 

Microbiology Training Committee MIC 

Neurological Sciences Research Training Committee .... NSR 

Neurology Neuro, NEU 

Neurology and Blindness Program-Project Committee .... NBP 

Neurology Field Investigations NFI 

Nursing Research NR 

Nutrition Nutr, NTN 

Pathology PATH 

Perinatal Review Committee PNL 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics PET 

Pharmacology and Toxicology Review Committee PTR 

Physiological Chemistry Phys Ch, PC 

Physiology ' Physio, PHY 

Primate Cells, Advisory Committee on PME 

Primate Research Prim Res, PR 

Primate Research Centers, Advisory Committee on PME 

Psychopharmacology PMY 

Radiation RAD 

Research Career Award Training Committee RCA 

Scientific Publications ..... CSP 

Sensory Diseases SD 

Special Program-Project Committee SPP 

Special Resource Centers SPR 

Surgery ; . SURG 

Toxicology TOX 

Translation Review Committee TRC 

Tropical Medicine and Parasitology TMP 

Virology and Rickettsiology V&R, VR 

Visual Sciences VIS 

Miscellaneous 

Ad Hoc Review AHR 

No Study Section NSS 

Special Review (Institute Review) SRC 

Special Study Section SSS 



NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF 
CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOP/VENT 

CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY f.v. 1961-1966 



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AND PUBLICATIONS 



GREGOIRE, ADOLPH T., Jefferson Med. Col., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Biochemistry of 
human vaginal secretions 
HED JACOBSON, HOWARD N., Boston Lying-in Hosp., 
Boston, Mass. Lung function in the 
fetus and newborn lamb 
CB COLWIN, ARTHUR L., Sch. Liberal Arts, 

Queens Col., Flushing, N.Y. 
Fertilization studies of sperm-egg 
association 
Anat Rec 151:447, 65. Suggested similarity between early 

events of fertilization in certain mammals and invertebrates. 
J Cell Biol 19:477, 63. Role of the gamete membranes in 
fertilization in Saccoglossus kowalevskii (Enteropneusta). 

I. The acrosomal region and its changes in early stages of 
fertilization. 

J Cell Biol 19:501, 63. Role of the gamete membranes in 
fertilization in Saccoglossus kowalevskii (Enteropneusta). 

II. Zyqote formation by qamete membrane fusion. 
Cellular Membranes in Fertilization , Academic Press, New 

York, p. 233, 64. Role ol the gamete membranes in fertili- 
zation. 
NEU LAIRY, GABRIELLE, Hosp. Henri Rousselle 
Paris, France Electroclinical study of 
visuo-motor dysfunctions 
HED HEGGENESS, FRANKLIN W., Sch. Med., Dent., 
Univ. Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. Neonatal 
nutrition and maturation of the rat 
J Nutr 86:265, 65. Effect of intermittent food restriction on 
qrowth, food utilization and body composition of the rat. 
PC CARSTEN, MARY E., Cr. Hlth. Sci., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Chemistry and 
function of smooth muscle uterus proteins 
Biochim Biophys Acta 90:534, 64. Actin: A com- 
parative study. 
J Gen Physiol 48:183, 64. The accumulation of 
calcium ions by sarcotubular vesicles. 
Biochemistry 4:1049. 65. A study of uterine actin. 
Biochemistry 5:297. 66. Actin. Its thiol groups. 
Proc 23d Int Congr Physiol Sci, Tokyo, Sep 65. 

Smooth muscle actin. 
CB DAVENPORT, RICHARD, Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. A study 
of cytoplasmic basic proteins 
HED ELEFTHERIOU, BASIL E., Sch. Arts, Sci., 
Kansas State Univ., Manhattan, Kans. 
Environmental stimuli and hormones during 
implantation 
HUE WINKELSTEIN, WARREN, Jr., State Univ. 
New York, Buffalo, N.Y. Coronary artery 
disease risk factors and pregnancy loss 
HED WYNN, RALPH M., Downstate Med. Cr., 
State Univ. New York, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Ultrastructure of the placental 
iunctional zone 
Am J Obstet Gynec VU:6VU, ~6fr Ultrastructure 
of the deciduotrophoblastic junction of the 
guinea pig. 
Am J uostet bynec 9U:/StS, b4. comparative 
morphogenesis and vascular relationships of 
the villous hemochorial placenta. 
Am J Obstet uynec vl:bii, 65" ComparaTive 
electron microscopy of the hemochorial 
placenta. 
Fertil Steril 16:16, 65. Electron microscopy of 

the developing decidua. 
Ubstet bynec Zb-Alb, b5 . Origin, cytochemistry 1 
and ultrastructure of the Hofbauer cell. 
J Obstet Gynaec Brit Comm 72:955, 65. Electron microscopic 

contributions to placental physioloqy. 
Proc New York Acad Sci, 1st Conf Fetal Homeostasis, 
New York, p. 246, 65. Ultrastructural aspects of placental 
morphogenesis. 
Proc 4th World Congr Gynec Obstet, Buenos Aires, Vol 3, 
P. 200,64. Comparative functional ultrastructure of the 
hemochorial. 
Advances in Obstetrics and Gynecology , Williams and 
Wilkins Co, baltimore JVId, 56. Hie interpretation of 
placental ultrastructure. 
END WHITMORE, WILLET F., Jr., Sloan-Kettering 
Inst. Cancer Res., New York, N.Y. The 
role of zinc in the mammalian reproductive 
tract 
END ROTHCHILD, IRVING, Sch. Med., Western 
Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 
A study of ovarian follicular qrowth and 
atresia 
Acta Endocr 49:107. 65. 
Acta Endocr 49:120, 65. 

Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser. 83:686, 64 (Proc 2nd Int 
Congr Endocr.) 



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WILLSON, JOHN T., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Colorado, Denver, Colo. Localization 
of sperm antigens and antibodies 
Z Zellforsch 65 16, 65. Cyto-immunological studies of 
guinea pig sperm antigens. I. Testicular versus epididymal 
spermatozoa. 
GEN ROSEf'BERG, HARVEY S., Texas Children's 
Hosp., Houston, Tex. Mongolism 
with C/G translocation 
Radiol Clin N Am 2:281, 64. The radiographic 
manifestations of chromosomal abnormalities. 
GEN EATON, GORDON J., Barrington Col., 
Barrington, R.I. Implantation and 
lethality in yellow mice 
Am Zool 6, (No 3), 66. Effects of progesterone on embryo 
implantation in the mouse. 



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Protein 



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CASTGN, J. DOUGLAS, Sch. Med. 
Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 
synthesis during embryogenesis 
FLIPSE, ROBERT J., Sch. Agr., 
Pennsylvania State Univ., University 
Park, Pa. Amino acid metabolism 
by spermatozoa 
J Dairy Sci 47:686, 64. Metabolic fate of 

glutamic acid-C14 in bovine spermatozoa. 
J Dairy Sci 48:805, 65. A s part ate -C« metabo- 
lism by bovine spermatozoa. 
J Dairy Sci 48:806, 65. Glycine transport 
by bovine spermatozoa. 
MABRY, C. CHARLTON, Univ. Kentucky Med. Cr., 
Lexington, Ky. Development of high 
voltage electrophoresis uses 
New Eng J Med 269:1404, 63. Maternal phenyl- 
ketonuria: A cause of mental retardation in 
children without the metabolic defect. 
Southern Med J 56:1444, 63. Idiopathic hyper- 
glycinemia and hyperglycinuria. 
GETTY, ROBERT, Col. Vet. Med., Iowa State 
Univ., Ames, Iowa Gerontological studies 
in the dog and hog 

J Geront 19, (No 1):54, Jan 64. Age changes in 
the weight of the thyroid gland of the dog from 
birth to senescence. 
Proc 17th World Vet Congr, Hannover, Germany, 
1:157, Aug 63. Gerontology in animals. 
J Am Vet Med Assn 147,(No 1):38, Jul 65. Bibliography of 

canine gerontoloqy and qeriatrics. 
J Geront 20,(No 4):54, 65. Age changes in the weight of the 

adrenal qiands of the dog. 
Comparative Atherosclerosis , Harper and Row, New York, 
Cli 2, p. 11, 65. I he gross and microscopic occurrence 
and distribution of spontaneous atherosclerosis in the 
arteries of swine. 
PATH BRANDES, DAVID, Baltimore City Hosp., 
Baltimore, Md. Study of senescence at 
the cell level 
Acta Cytol 8, (No 6):416, 64. Lysosomal en- 
zymes in the rat ovary and endometrium during 
the estrous cycle. 
Exp Cell Res 35:194, 64. Role of golgi apparatus 

in the formation of cytolysomes. 
Exp Molec Path 3:583, 64. Role of lysosomes in 
cellular lytic process. I Effect of carbon star- 
vation in Euglena opocilis. 
Lab Invest 13, (N 12) :1541, 64. Ultrastructure 
of the human prostate: Normal and neoplastic. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 107:171, 65. Increased acid hydrolase 

activity during carbon starvation in Euglena gracillis. 
Invest Urol 3:221, 65. The distribution of some hydrolytic 

enzymes in the rat ventral prostate. 
Science 149:1373, 65. Nuclear mitochondria. 
Al STARK, ORTON K., Col. Arts, Sci., Miami 

Univ., Oxford, Ohio Placental transfer 
of antigens 
LEDERBERG, JOSHUA, Sch. Med., Stanford Univ., 
Palo Alto, Cal. Kindred patterns— 
Mentally retarded, control 
Advance Genet 11:1, 62. Linkage and recom- 
bination in evolution. 
Proc Camb Philosophical Soc 58, (No 1):52, 
62 . A method of evaluating the complex zeros 
of polynomials using polar coordinates . 
J Theor Biol 4:86, 63. Natural selection for 

modifiers of heterozygote fitness. 
Symposium on Informational Macromolecules , 
Academic Press, New York, 63. Studies on 
the replication of DNA by Escherichia coli 
polymerase. 
COLEMAN, JOHN R., Brown Univ., 
Providence, R.I. Protein biosynthesis 
during myogenesis in vitro 
Am Zool 5:92, 65. Myosin adenosinetriphosphatase in 
embryonic chick myoblasts in cell culture. 



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HEM CLAYTON, EVERETT M., Jr., Nashville Gen. 
Hosp., Nashville, Tenn. Detection of 
fetal red cells in maternal circulation 
PC WARREN, LEONARD, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Metabolism and function of protein- 
bound carbohydrates 
RAD KETCHEL, MELVIN M., Worcester Fdn. Exptl. 
Biology, Inc., Shrewsbury, Mass. Radio- 
sensitivity of the female reproductive tract 
Nature 202:1021, 64. Relative radiosensitivities 
of the maternal reproductive tract and the fer- 
tilized ovum. 
BIO WULFF, VERNER J., Masonic Med. Res. Lab., 

Utica, N.Y. Senescence and ribo- 
nucleic acid metabolism 
Biochim Biophys Acta 91:223, 64. The incorpo- 
ration of hP-cytidine into RNA of liver nuclei 
of young and old rats. 
J Gerontol 19:294, 64. The incorporation of H3- 
cytidine into some viscera and skeletal muscle 
of young and old mice. 
J Geroilt 20, (NO 11:34, JarT65r TTft-efTecTof 
specific activity of hP-cytidine on its incorp- 
oration into tissues of young and old mice. 
CB WHITTAKER, J. RICHARD, Col. Letters, Sci., 

Univ. California, Los Angeles, Cal. Analysis 
of chemical changes in pigment cell cultures 
GEN MOTULSKY, ARNO G., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Washington, Seattle, Wash. Population 
genetics of erythrocyte abnormalities 
Ann NY Acad Sci 119:415, 64. Thalassemias, abnormal 
hemoglobins and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase de- 
ficiency in the Arta area of Greece. 
Cold Spring Harbor Sympos Quant Biol 29:399, 64. Current 

concepts of the genetics of the thalassemias. 
Lancet 2:392, 65. Pseudomosaicism in males with mild 

G-6-PD deficiency. 
Lancet 2:932, 64. Mild glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase 

deficiency in Greek males. 
Lancet 2:1215, 64. Pseudomosaicism in males with mild 

qlucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase deficiency. 
GEN STERNBERG, WILLIAM H., Sch. Med., Tulane 
Univ., New Orleans, La. Human 
chromosomal anomalies 
Anat Rec 154:436, Feb 66. Absence of external genitalia in 
a monozygotic female twin with multiple anomalies and a 
normal karyotype. 
Steroids 7, (No lib 79, Jan 66. Formation of steroid hormones 
from acetate l-14c human fetal testis preparation grown in 
organ culture. 
PATH HUTCHESON, JAMES. B., Tampa Gen. Hosp., 
Tampa, Fla. Prostatic acid phosphatase 
assay 



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DUKLS, C. DEAN, Col. Med., Baylor Univ., 
Houston, Tex. Role of antisperma- 
tozoal antibody in infertility 
Geriatrics p. 856, Nov 64. Heart disease and 
depression. 

J PsychOsOm Res 8:137,"64. The effect 6f the 
experimenter's role upon the subject's re- 
sponse to an unpleasant task. 
LAMB, EMMET J., Stanford Medical Cr., 
Palo Alto, Cal. Effect of pregnancy 
on testosterone excretion 
Am J Ment D'efic 69:531, 65. Effects of rein- 
forcement shirts on bent-wire performance of 
severely retarded children. 
NEW, MARIA I., Cornell Univ. Med. Col., 
N.Y.C. Androgen metabolism in 
childhood 
Anat Rec 151:474, 65. Organizational patterns 
in ventrobasal nucleus of thalamus. 
NISHIMURA, HIDEO, Faculty Med., Kyoto 
Univ., Kyoto, Japan Modification 
of susceptibility to teratogenesis 
ROCK, JOHN, Fdn. Reproductive Res., 
Brookline, Mass. Studies of male 
fertility 
COSTLOt/v, JOHN D., Jr., Sch. Arts, Sci., 
Duke Univ. Marine Lab., Beauford, N.C. 
Protein and sterol biosynthesis in 
crustacean larvae 
HATHAWAY, WILLIAM E., Col. Med., Univ. 
Kentucky Med. Cr., Lexington, Ky. Factors 
influencing coagulation deficits in newborns 
HILL, L. LEIGHTON, Baylor Univ. Col. Med., 
Houston, Tex. Pathogenesis of hyper- 
natremic dehydration 
FRIEDRICH, ERNST R., Sch. Med., 
Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo. 
Functional morphology of female reproduction 
Anat Rec 150, (No 1) :89, 64. A simple, infra 
hyoid, parapharyngeal method of hypo- 
physectomy in the rabbit. 



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Endocrinology 75, (No 4) :622, 64. Failure of 
ovine prolactin to show luteotrophic or 
luteolytic effects in the rabbit. 
HD-00083 HED GRAVENSTEIN, JOACHIM S., Col. Med., 

Univ. Florida, Gainesville, Fla. 
Teratogenicity of anesthetics 
HD-00086 PATH ROSS, MORRIS H., Biochem. Res. Fdn., 

Newark, Del. Effect of changes in 
enzyme levels on life span 
Toxic Appl Pharmacol 6:247, 64. Kidney disease 

and nutrition in the rat. 
Diet and Bodily Constitution, Little, Brown Co, 
Boston, Mass, (No l/):90, 64. Nutrition, 
disease amd length of life. 
HD-00087 END LAYNE, DONALD S., Worcester Fdn. Exptl. 

Biology, Shrewsbury, Mass. Metabolism 
of 19-norsteroids 
B1iKheTfTTsTry^T330, 65r Ca'taTyTtSTSf the oxida- 
tion of norethynodrel by horseradish per- 
oxidase. 
J Med Cherf. 7 :59 2 , 64. Stu fJieTOh the afOma- 
tization of IOB-Hydroxy-3-keto steroids. 
HD-00088 NTN CULLBY, WILLIAM J., Muscatatuck State Sch., 

Butlerville, Ind. Nutrition and 
growth of mentally retarded children 
J Pediat 66:772, 65. Caloric intake of 

children with Down's syndrome (Mongolism) . 
Proc Am Assn Ment Defic Ann Mtg, Miami 
Beach, Fla, Jun 65. Caloric requirement of 
mentally retarded children with motor dysfunction. 
HD-00094 PATH FLUHMANN, C. FREDERIC, Presbyterian Med. 

Cr., San Francisco, Cal. Phagocytic cells 

of uterus and vagina 
HD-00096 HED LLOYD, JAMES A., Albert Einstein Med. 

Cr., Philadelphia, Pa. Endocrine 
mechanisms, birth rate and infant survival 
Recent Progr Hormone Res 21:501, 65. The role of endocrines 
in self-requlation of mammalian populations. 
HD-00098 HED BLATTNER, RUSSELL J., Col. Med., Baylor 

Univ., Houston, Tex. Teratogenic 
effects of particulate materials 
HD-00100 PET TROUTMAN, EDWIN G., Fort Worth Med. Cr., 

Harris Hosp., Fort Worth, Tex. 
A new method of iontophoresis and 
sweat analysis 
HD-00102 END BROOKS, CHANDLER McC, Downstate Med. Cr., 

State Univ. New York, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Control of the neuroendocrine system 
HD-00104 CB WELLINGS, SEFTON R., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Oregon, Portland, Ore. Structural and physio- 
logical studies of mammary cells 
Anat Rec, Mar 64. The placenta of the Indian 

eleohant. Eleohas indicus. 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2):337, 64. Epidermal papil- 
lomas in pleuronectid fishes from the San Jaun 
Islands, Washington. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 33:991, 64. Epidermal papil- 
lomas in the flathead sole, Hippoglossoides 
elassodon, with notes on the occurrence of sim- 
ilar neoplasms in other pleuronectids. 
Science 146:410, 64. The placenta of the 

Indian elephant, Elephas indicus. 
Science 146:932, 64. Epidermal papillomas with 
virus-like particles in the flathead sole, Hip- 
poglossoides elassodon. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 126:479, 65. A comparative study of skin 

neoplasms in four species of pleuronectid fishes. 
Fed Proc, Apr 65. Cytomorphological effects of mammotropin 
and somatotropin on prelactating mammary tissues of the 
C3H/Crgl mouse. 
Thesis, M S, Brooks, R E, Univ Oregon Med Sch, Jun 64. 
Ultrastructure of the pulmonary alveolar epithelial cells 
of the strain A (Heston) mouse. 
HD-00106 HED PLOTZ, E.J., Albany Med. Cr. Hosp., 

Albany, N.Y. Effect of maternal 
complications on fetal oxygen 
Surgery 58: 267, 65. Effect of atropine on fetal 
bradycardia and arterial oxygenation. Experi- 
mental study in the dog during hemorrhage and 
followinq vasopressor administration. 
HD-00107 END SIITt-.RI, PENTTI K., Univ. Texas Southwestern 

Med. Sch., Dallas, Texas Origin of 
estrogen in pregnancy 
Fed Proc 384, 65. Estrogen biosynthesis during human 

pregnancy. 
J Clin Invest 44:465, 65. Origin of estrogen in women 
pregnant with an anencephalic fetus. 
HD-00109 HED JOHNSON, E. MARSHALL, Col. Med., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Histochemical 
changes associated with teratogenesis 
Anat Rec 149:49, 64. Effects of maternal folic 
acid deficiency on cytologic phenomena in the 
rat embryo. 
Develop Biol 9:314, 64. Multiple forms of 
enzymes in a cellular slime mold during 
morphogenesis. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:9, 65. Electro- 
phoretic analysis of abnormal development. 
HD-00113 HED BERMES, EDWARD W., Jr., St. Francis Hosp., 

Evanston, III. Immunochemical detection 
of ovulation 
Obstet Gynec 25:792, 65. Immunochemical detection of 
ovulation. 



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Al HAMASHIGE, SHINICHI, Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Immunologic 
study of human chorionic gonadotropin 
J Clin Invest 43:1163, 64. Immunologic and bio- 
logic study of human chorionic gonadotropin. 
CV WINTERS, ROBERT W., Col. Phys., Surg., 

Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. Acid-base 
disturbances in infants and children 
Biol Neonat 6:113, 64. Variation in cold resist- 
ance among small newborn infants. 
Fed Proc 23, 64. Contraction alkalosis follow- 
ing diuresis induced by ethacrynic acid in 
edematous subjects. 
Lancet 2:49, 64. Relative hypermetabolism In 

undercirown human neonates. 
Pediatrics 33:984, 64. Warm nape of the newborn. 
Ann Intern Med 62:979, 65. "Contraction" 
alkalosis following diuresis of edematous 
patients with ethacrynic acid. 
Pediatrics 35:499, 65. Screening of newborn 

infants for metabolic disease. 
Proc Am Pediat Soc, Philadelphia, Pa, 65. 
Relationship of digitalis intoxication in low 
birth weight babies to intrauterine growth retar- 
dation. 
Proc Am Pediat Soc, Philadelphia, Pa, 65. 

Thermoneutralitv in small neonates. 
Proc Am Pediat Soc, Philadelphia, Pa, 65. 
Acid -base displacement in uncomplicated 
metabolic acidosis. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res, Philadelphia, Pa, 65. 
Acid-base equilibrium of cerebrospinal fluid 
in chronic respiratory acidosis. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res, Philadelphia, Pa, 65. 
Intrauterine growth in active tissue mass of the 
human fetus. 
Physiological Controls and Regulation, W B 
Saunders Co, Philadelphia, Pa, p. 181, 65. 
Regulation of acid-base equilibrium. 
GM KAPLAN, SOLOMON A., Childrens Hosp., 

Los Angeles, Cal. Activation analysis 
for tracer studies in children 
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JAMA 189:899, Sep 64. Relationship of bacler- 
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Proc 5th Med Congr Uruguay 4:1799, 62 . 
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HD-00223 CB OVERTON, JANE H., Grad. Sch., Univ. Chicago, 

Chicago, III. Growth patterns and fine 
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J Cell Biol 17:661, 63. Intercellular connec- 
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from the cornea in Xenoous laevis. 
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J Cell Biol 26:693, 65. Studies on the organization of 

the brush border in intestinal epithelial cells. 
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surface in developing mouse intestinal mucosa. 
HD-00224 PHY BACH, L. MATHEW N., Sch. Med., Tulane Univ., 

New Orleans, La. Hypothalamic regu- 
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HD-00225 CB ROSE, S. MERYL, Sch. Med., Tulane 

Univ., New Orleans, La. An investi- 

gation of how x-rays prevent regeneration 
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HD-00226 HED G00DLIN, ROBERT C, Stanford Med. Cr., 

Palo Alto, Cal. Factors in survival 
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respiration in a fetal incubator. 

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I. Electrolyte exchange across the fetal rabbit alveolar 
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Univ., New Orleans, La. Carbohydrates in 
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HD-00229 HED HESS, MELVIN, Sch. Med., Univ. Pittsburgh, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Relationship of uterine 
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HD-00230 NEU HUMPHREY, TRYPHENA, Univ. Alabama Med. 

Cr., Birmingham, Ala. Physiologic and 
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the anterior olfactory nucleus of human fetuses. 
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Progr Brain Res 4:93, 64. Some correlations be- 
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Alabama J Med Sci 2:137, 65. The relation of nerve fibers 
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65. Some observations on the early development of the 
human anterior perforated space (tuberculum olfactorium). 
Proc Int Sympos Vestibular Oculomotor Problems, Tokyo, 
Japan, p. 51, 65. The embryologic differentiation of the 
vestibular nuclei in man correlated with functional develop- 
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HD-00231 END HAUN, CHARLES K., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Integration of neuro- and adenohypophysial 
secretion 
HD-00232 END HUNG, WELLINGTON, Research Fdn. Children's 

Hosp., Washington, D.C. Adrenal function 
of children with meninqococcemia 
HD-00234 HED ABALLI, ARTURO J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. 
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Illinois, Chicago, III. Carbohydrate 
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hypoglycaemia. 
Ann Rev Med 17:161, 66. Familial carbohydrate intolerance 

and hypoglycemia. 
New Eng J Med 273:378, 65. Blood glucose in the neonate 
and its clinical signifcance. 
HD-00236 CV POLGAR, GEORGE, Grad. Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
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HD-00237 PET BOEHM, JOHN J., Univ. Kentucky Med. Cr., 

Lexington, Ky. Catecholamine 
metabolism in newborn infants 
Southern Med J 56:1456, 63. Relationship 
between sucking rate and cardiac rate in in- 
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HD-00238 HED FARELL, DAVID M., Jefferson Med. Col. Hosp., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Fetal radio-electrocardiography 
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Am J Nurs, Jul 64. The uses of fetal electrocar- 
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HD-00239 HED HARNED, HERBERT S„ Jr., Sch. Med., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 
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J Pediat 63:760, Oct 63. Hemodynamic 

changes of the newborn lamb during the birth 
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lamb as studied by a flow-through cuvette 
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Proc Soc Pediat Res, Atlantic City, NJ, Apr 66. Effects 
of hypoxia and acidity on the initiation of resoiration. 
HD-00240 HED KLAUS, MARSHALL H., Mount Sinai Hosp., 

Cleveland, Ohio Lung surfactant, 
origin and indentity 

Am J Path, Sep 64. The morphologic demonstra- 
tion of an alveolar lining layer and its relation- 
ship to pulmonary surfactant. 
J Pediat 63:712, 63. The surface active alveolar 

lining. 
Pediatrics 34:228, 64. Experimental furniture 
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HD-00241 HED TAYLOR, PAUL M., Magee-Womens Hosp., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Effect of age on 
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Pediatrics 36:905, 65. Comparison of the tolerances of 
anesthetized adult dogs and pups to KC1 infusion. 
HD-00243 END CRAWFORD, JOHN D., Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Metabolic hemeostasis in 
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Am J Dis Child 106:514, Nov 63. XXXXY sex- 
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HD-00244 HED WILSON, JAMES L., Sch. Med., Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. Oxygen transport in 
infants and children 
HD-00247 PATH ERICKSON, CYRUS C, Sch. Basic Med. Sci., 

Univ. Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. Serial 
pathologic study of renal disease in 
children 
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Buffalo, N.Y. Effect of plasmin in 
hyaline membrane disease 
Pediatrics 32:10, Jul 63. Studies on hyaline 
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HD-00250 CV LAUER, RONALD M., Univ. Kansas Med. Cr„ 

Kansas City, Kansas The control of 
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vascular resistance in the fetal lamb. 
HD-00251 CV ADAMS, FORREST H., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Metabolic and circulatory studies in 
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metabolism in premature infants at 32-34°C 
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J Pediat 65:819, 64. The effect of hypoxia and 
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pressure: A comparison in children with special reference 
to cuff width. 
J Pediat 67:578, 65. The electrocardiogram in normal infants: 
Correlation with hemodynamic observations. 
HD-00252 HED ROGERS, JAMES B., Sch. Med., Univ. Louisville, 

Louisville, Kentucky Toxemia of pregnancy 
Am J Obstet Gynec 88, (No 4):495, Feb 64. 
Placental permeability in a toxemia-susceptible 
strain of guinea pigs. 
HD-00254 HEM BERNSTEIN, SELDON E., R.B. Jackson Mem. 

Lab., Bar Harbor, Maine Studies 
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New Eng Surg Soc 44:76, 63. Problems and 
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HD-00255 CB KAHLSON, GEORG, Univ. Lund, Lund, Sweden 

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J Physiol 169:467, 63. Observations on the 

inhibition of histamine formation. 
J Physiol (London) 172:18, 64. Increased rate 

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HD-00258 SURG WALKER, COLIN H.M., Univ. Colorado Med. 

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in neonatal distress syndromes 
HD-00259 HED NETTLES, JOHN B., Med. Cr., Univ. Arkansas, 

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MET ROO.STEIN, MORRIS, Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, 
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characteristics and the oxygen affinity of the 
bloods of dorset sheep. 
Sympos Physiol Effects of High Altitude, 
Interlaken, p. 115, Sep 63. Adaptations of 
pregnant ewes and their fetuses to high altitude. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 93:32, 65. Gestational changes in 
arteriovenous differences of oxygen across the uterus of the 
rhesus monkey. 
Quart J Exp Physiol 50:23, 65. The diffusibility of urea 
across the sheep placenta in the last two months of 
gestation. 
Quart J Exp Physiol 50:185, 65. The hemoglobin, oxygen, 
carbon dioxide and hydrogen ion concentrations in the 
umbilical bloods of sheep and qoats as sampled via indwell- 
inq plastic catheters. 
Quart J Exp Physiol 50:466, 65. The diffusibility of oxygen 

across the sheep placenta. 
HED CHE3LEY, LEON C, State Univ. New York, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Body fluids in normal 
and toxic pregnancies 
Am J Obstet Gynec 87:8, Sep 63. Growth hormone 
activity in human pregnancy. II. Assays with 
an in vivo sulfation method. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 87:410, 63. Renal re- 
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to isopressor doses of angiotensin II. 
Circ Res 13:232, 63. Renal effects of angio- 
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and nonpregnant women. 
Obstet Gynec 23, (No 5):795, May 64. Pla- 
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Algunas Observaciones depues de eclampsia. 
Modern Trends in Human Reproductive Physiology, 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 89:754, 64. Effect of 

posture on renal function in late pregnancy. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 90:281, 64. Effects ~6T 
posture and angiotensin II on renal function 
in pregnant women. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 91:83/, 6b. Vascular re- 
activity to angiotensin II and norepinephrine 
in pregnant and nonpregnant women, 
circulation IV, tbuppl 21 :36, ~6*T. I oxemia ot 
pregnancy in the sisters and daughters of 
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siveness to norepinephrine and angiotensin 
2 in pregnant women. 
Obstet Gynec 23:874, 64. Prognostic signific- 
ance of recurrent toxemia of pregnancy. 
HED HENDRICKS, CHARLES H., Univ. Hospitals of 
Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio Studies in 
uterine contractility 
Obstet Gynec 23, (No 61:885, Jun 64. A 3-min. 

oreonancv test. 
Sandoz J Med Sci 6:163, 63. The use of intra- 
nasal oxytocin in modern obstetrics. 
Triangle 6:163, 63. The use of intranasal 

oxytocin in modern obstetrics. 
Am J Obstet Uynec~90:4B5764"7 "Patterns ot in- i 
creasing uterine activity in late pregnancy and | 
the development of uterine responsiveness to 
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Am J UbsTeT Uynec 9T:TT65."" "Effect 5f sparteine 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 91:204, 65. Hemangioma 

of the cervix. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 91:385, 65. Normal labor in 

vertex presentation. 
J Ubstet Gynaec Brit Uomm U:/12, MTTTnew 
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pregnant human uterus. 
Obstet Gynec 24:178, 64. Significance ot the 
quickening date in determining duration of 
pregnancy. 
Obstet Gynec 24:258, 64. The effect of am- 

niotomy during labor in multiparas. 
Obstet "Gynec 24:357, 64 . Pattern s~6f" tetal and 
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Muscle, "Pergamon Kress, "Oxford", - p. J1V, 6b. 
Activity patterns in the nonpregnant human 
uterus. 
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J Obstet Gynaec Brit Comm 72:408, 65. Non-esterified fatty 
acid changes in preqnancy. 
HD-00265 HED CHOWN, BRUCE, Sch. Med., Univ. Manitoba, 

Winnipeg, Canada Feto-maternal 
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HD-00267 HED ORSINI, MARGARET W., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Comparative 
uterine vasculature 
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in hamster and rat by injected air. 
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female hamster. 
J Reprod Fertil 10, (No 2), 65. Implantation of blastocysts 
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HD-00270 HEM BELLER, FRITZ K., New York Univ. Med. Cr., 

New York, N.Y. Proteolysis in the 
circulating blood during pregnancy 
Clin Obstet Gynec 7:372, 64. Treatment of 

coaaulation disorders in oreonancv. 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2), 64. Cyclic variation of 

activator in cervical mucus. 
Obstet Gynec 23:12, 64. The fibrinolytic system 

during the menstrual cycle. 
Obstet Gynec 24:32, 64. Immunofluorescent 
studies of renal biopsies in the diagnosis of 
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Deutsch Med J 16:523, 65. New aspects of 

erythroblastosis. 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 87:48, 63. The fibrinolytic system in 

amniotic fluid embolism. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 87:780, 63. The demonstration of 
endotoxin in the circulating blood of patients with septic 
abortion. 
Clin Obstet Gynec 7:372, 64. Treatment of hemorrhagic 

diathesis in pregnancy. 
Fed Proc 24, (No 2), 65. Fibrin deposition in the rabbit 

kidney produced by protease inhibitors. 
Fed Proc 25:2424, 66. The mechanism for incoagulability 

of intraperitoneal and menstrual blood. 
J Exp Med 118:224, 63. Potentiation of the lethal effect 

of endotoxin by heterologues plasma. 
Obstet Gynec 22:662, 63. Megaloblastic anemia, 
thrombocytopenia and associated hypoprothrombinemia 
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Obstet Gynec 25:853, 65. Fibrinolytic activity of the fallo- 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 84:1778, 62 . Passage of 

drugs across the placenta. 
Anesthesiology 24, (No 1):11, 63. Clinical 
and biochemical studies of cyclopropane 
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Clin Pharmacol Ther 4:628, 63 . The effects of 
drugs used in labor on the fetus and newborn. 
HD-00273 HED MOSEY, LOIS M., Sch. Med., Univ. Mississippi, 

Jackson, Miss. Pressor substances in 
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HD-00274 HED LUND, CURTIS J., Sch. Med., Univ. Rochester, 

Rochester, N.Y. Blood volume In 
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"Surg tJyTiec-tnJStermrrtBrr Wrj\r647~5TffluTtaT- 
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HD-P0275 HED McGAUGHEY, HARRY S., Jr., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Mechanisms 
of fctomaternal exchange 
Am J Obstet Gynec 88, (No 1):68, Jan 64. 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 90:7, 64. Fetomaternal ex- 
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Am J Obs tet Cyne<r90, (No 21:143, Sefr«4". 
Contractility of the isolated human uterine 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 90:819, 64. Intermittent 
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Obstet Gynec 23, (No 31:413, Mar 64. 
Concentration of progesterone in newborn and 
maternal circulations at delivery. 
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orimates: A comparative studv. 
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HED KRIVIT, WILLIAM, Sch. Med., Univ. Minnesota, 
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Am J Anat 112:181, Mar 63. Placentation and 
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Am J Anat 113:245, 63. The shrew placenta: 
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Am J Anat 113:447, 63. The fetal membranes 
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HED ZINKHAM, WILLIAM H., Sch. Med., Johns 

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Science 144:1353, 64. Lactate dehydrogenase in pigeon 

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CV AVERY, MARY E., Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins 

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Pediatrics _5t>:.54t>, to. borne effects or altered I 
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with periodic breathing to ventilatory stimuli. 
J Pediat. Jun 66. The first drink , reconsidered. Editorial. 
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anesthesia on maternal acid-base balance during 
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Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. Ageing in 
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HD-00287 Al BREESE, BURTIS B., Univ. Rochester, 

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N.Y. Host-parasite relationship in 
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HD-00289 VR BEEM, MARC 0., Sch. Med., Univ. Chicago, 

Chicago, Illinois Investigations of 
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J Pediat 61:864, Dec 62. Observations on the 
etiology of acute bronchiolitis in infants. 

syncytial virus neutralizing antibodies in 
persons residing in Chicago, Illinois. 
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infancy. 
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HD-00291 GM PRYLES, CHARLES V., Boston City Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Urinary tract infection in 
infancy and childhood 
Am J Dis Child 106:473, Nov 63. Bacteri- 
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Current Pediatric Therapy, W B Saunders, 
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therapy of urinary tract infections. 
HD-00292 VR KLEIN, S. WAYNE, Baltimore City Hosp., 

Baltimore, Md. Epidemiology of viruses 
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HD-00293 SURG SWENSON, ORVAR, Children's Mem. Hosp., 

Chicago, III. Effect of chronic 
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HD-00294 BM RUBIN, MITCHELL I., Children's Hosp., 

Buffalo, N.Y. Infection of the urinary 
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J Pediat 63:412, 63. Study of heterogenetic 
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Pediat Clin N Am 11:517, 64. Bacteriology and 

immune response in urinary tract infection. 
Am J Di s Chi l d 1 9:238, Mar 1 65. Uhhary 
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JAMA 192, (No 9):769, May 65. Evaluation of the tetrazolium 

test for the diagnosis of significant bacterium. 
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HD-00296 HED SIEGEL, MORRIS, State Univ. N.Y., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. Fetal effects of virus diseases 
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VR BLATTNER, RUSSELL J., Sell. Med., Baylor Univ., 

Houston, Texas Fluorescent antibody 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 112:1022, 63. Ab- 
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VR THOMAS, JAMES B., Bowman Gray Sch. Med., 

Ainston-Salem, N.C. An analysis of 
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VR LIPTON, MURRAY M., Sch. Med., Univ. 

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VR KELLER, KENNETH, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Louisville, Louisville, Ky. Viral 
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GM KASS, EDWARD H. , Sch. Med., Harvard Univ., 

Cambridge, Mass. Ecology of pyeloneph- 

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BM HEWITT, WILLIAM L„ Cr. Hlth. Sci., Univ. 

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Clin Res 12:124, Jan 64. The post-partum 
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VR SHEFFY, BEN E., New York State Vet. 

Col., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 
Properties of colostral absorption 
BM PRYSTOWSKY, HARRY, Sch. Med., Univ. Florida, 

Gainesville, Fla. Studies of the female 
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and postoperative urinary tract infection. 
Obstet Gynec 24:93, 64. Microbiology of the 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 93:590, 65. Growth inhibition factors in 

amniotic fluid. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 93:904, 65. Candidial vaginitis associated 

with the use of oral progestational agents. 
Northwest Med 64:124, 64. Managment of premature rupture of 

membranes. 
Obstet Gynec 26:665, 65. A microbiologic survey at cesarean 

section. 
BM HENDERSON, MAUREEN, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Maryland, Baltimore, Md. Bacteriuria in 
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Arch Environ Health 8:527, Apr 64. Significant 
bacteriuria and duration of pregnancy. 
VR HERWEG, JOHN C, St. Louis Children's Hosp., 

St. Louis, Mo. Human salivary gland 
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GM MARCHANT, DOUGLAS J., New England Cr. 

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HED ROBERTSON, G. GORDON, Sch. Biol. Sci., 
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Affrj-Rn at 115, ( No 3 1 :4 7 3 , NOV 64. Orig i n and 
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VR MIDDELKAMP, JOHN N., Sch. Med., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Placental transfer 

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J Pediat 64, (T!?r6):888,^)urt 64. The ultra- 
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HED MARKS, JAMES F., Southwestern Med. Sch., 
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EP FANTZ, ROBERT L., Grad. Sch., Western Reserve 

Univ., Cleveland, Ohio Visual exploration 
from birth to six months of age 
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Ann NY Acad Sci 118:793, 65. Visual perception from 

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Pomona, California Chromosome abnormali- 
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PATH KARELITZ, SAMUEL, Long Island Jewish Hosp., 
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Univ., Boston, Mass. Psycho-biological 
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63. Etude d'un couple de jumeaux monozi- 

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Ann Genet (Paris) 8:16, 65. Translocation 6-12 - 13-15 

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Kansas Med. Cr., Kansas City, Kansas 
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Am J Ment Defic 68:49, Jul 63. Evaluation of 
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CHAN, ASTERIA C., Col. Med., Univ. 

Philippines, Manila, Philippines ABO 

hemolytic disease and prematurity 
McCAMMON, ROBERT W., Child Res. Council, 

Denver, Colo. Statistics for longitudinal 

data in human biology 
DAVIS, NEIL C, Childrens Hosp. Res. Fdn., 

Cincinnati, Ohio Effect of teratogens 

nn nrnlpin*; of fptal nraans 
HUGHES, EDWIN R., Univ. Arkansas Med. 

Center, Little Rock, Ark. Steroid 

metabolism and production versus age 
Am J Dis Child 108:366, 64. Corticosterone half- 
life in children. 
FINLFY, WAYNE H., Univ. Alabama Med. Cr., 

Birmingham, Ala. Cytogenetic studies 

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Alabama J Med Sci 1, (No 1):5, Jan 64. 
Cytogenetics in congenital malformations: A 
review. 
Am J Dis Child 106:591, Dec 63. 17-18 

trisomy syndrome. 
Alabama J Med Scl 1:98, Jan 64. Chromosomal 

studies in patients with scleroderma. 
Alabama J Med Sci 2:200, Apr 65. Meiotic 
chromosomes in man and in some laboratory 
animals. 
Arthritis Rheum 7:307, Jun 64. Chromosome 

studies in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). 
J Med Assn Alabama 34:5, Jul 64. Chromo- 
somal aberrations in mental retardation. 
JAMA 188:758, May 64. Phenotyplc male with 

mosaic sex chromosomes. 
Lancet 2:420, Aug 64. Antigenic properties of 

mitogenic factor in phytohaemagglutinin. 
New Eng J Med 272:1089, May 65. Exceptional 
intelligence in a mongoloid child of a family 
with a 13-15/partial 21 (D/partial G) trans- 
location. 
Acta Paediat 53:172, 64. A 4-5/21-22 chromosomal trans- 
location associated with multiple congenital anomalies. 
Alabama J Med Sci 3:117, Apr 66. Meiosis in trisomic 

Down's syndrome. 
J Med Genet 3:145, Jun 66. Oral-facial-digital syndrome 
with polycystic kidneys and liver: Pathological and 
cytogenetic studies of a case. 
HD-00578 PET SUTHERLAND, JAMES M., Children's Hosp. 

Fdn., Cincinnati, Ohio Antimicrobial 
druqs and the human infant 
Ann NY Acad Sci 3:461, 63 . Observations on 
relationships between drug therapy and neonatal 
jaundice. 
J Pediat 63:477, 63 . Kinetics of streptomycin 
in newborn infants . 
HD-00579 GEN IZQUIERDO, LUIS, Sch. Med., Univ. Catolica, 

Santiago, Chile Early cell differentia- 
tion in mammals 
HD-00580 HED HEIMER, CARYL B., New York Med. Col., 

New York, N.Y. An anthropometric study of 
premature infants 
HD-00581 GEN KAPLAN, ARNOLD R. , Psychiatric Res. Fdn., 

Cleveland, Ohio Pedigree studies 

of taste sensitivity genetics 
Med Exp 9:151, 63 . Taste thresholds, ciga- 
rette smoking, and food dislikes. 
Proc 11th Int Congr Genet 1, The Netherlands, 
Sep 63. Reexamination of genetic aspects of 
taste thresholds for thiourea-type compounds. 
Acta Genet Med (Roma) 13, (No 3):295, July 64. 

Genetics of relative toe lengths. 
■NaruKe-M5;-<N6V4974JT851"; Te1r65r FMTpVe- 
ference and sensitivity of taste for bitter 
compounds. 
HD-00582 PATH LUCAS, FRED V., Sch. Med., Univ. Missouri, 

Columbia, Mo. Peroxidase in the human 
endometrium, endometrial cytology 
Missouri Med p . 127, Feb 63 . Endometrial 
cytology. 
HD-00583 PET GAUTIERI, RONALD F., Sch. Pharm., Temple 

Univ., Philadelphia, Pa. Effect of 
vasodilators on perfused human placentas 
J Pharm Sci 52, (No 10):974, Oct 63 . Effect 
of certain drugs on perfused human placentas. 

II . Vasodilators . 

J Pharm Sci 53, (No 2):184, Feb 64. Effect 
of certain drugs on perfused human placenta. 

III. Sympathomimetics, acetylcholine, and 
histamine. 

J-fna m S Ci 53, (NO 12):14 7 6, D ec 64. EffgcT 
of certain drugs on perfused human placenta. 

IV. Detection of specific receptor sites. 
HD-00584 HEM BUCKWALTER, JOSEPH A., Col. Med., State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Risk of 

blood group maternal fetal incompatibility 

Diabetes 13, (No 2):164, Mar-Apr 64. Dia- 
betes mellitus and the blood groups. 
HD-00585 HED HAFEZ, E.S.E., Col. Agr., Washington State 

Univ., Pullman, Wash. Quantitative studies 
nn physiolog y of implantation 

Acta Zool 45:123, 64. Seasonal fluctuations 
in ovulation rate and superovulatory response 
of the domestic rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus. 

Cornell Vet 53, (No 3):348, Jul 63. Physio- 
logica l mechanisms of implantation. 

int J Fertil 9, 64. Quantitative aspects of 
implantation, embryonic survival and fetal 
development. 

Int Rev Gen Exp Zool 1, 64. Environment and 
reproduction in domesticated species. 

J Anim Sci 22, (No 3):779, Aug 63. Sympo- 
sium on growth: Physio-genetics of prenatal 
and postnatal growth. 

J Exp Zool 154, (No 2):163, Nov 63. Physio- 
genetic interaction between mammalian blasto- 
cyst and endometrium. 

J Reprod Fertil 7:229, 64. Growth and sur- 
vival of blastocysts in the domestic rabbit. 

I . Effect of maternal factors. 

J Reprod Fertil 7:241, 64. Growth and sur- 
vival of blastocysts in the domestic rabbit. 

II. Quantitative effects of exogenous progester- 
one following ovariectomy. 



Proc 5th Int Congr Anim Reprod Trento, Italy, 
64. Implantation capacity and prenatal de- 
velopment in the rabbit as affected by maternal 
environment. 

Proc 5th Int Congr Anim Reprod Trento, Italy, 
64. Techniques to study maternal-fetal 
vascular relationships in situ. 

Proc 5th Int Congr Anim Reprod Trento, Italy, 
64. Block to fertilization in presence of 
corpora lutea in the rabbit. 

Proc 5th Int Congr Anim Reprod Trento, Italy, 
64. Ecology and fertility. 

Proc 16th Int Congr Zool, Washington, DC, 2, 
Aug 63. Physio-genetical in vivo studies on 
the blastocyst of the rabbit, Oryctolagus 
cuniculus . 

Proc Ann Mtg Soc Exp Biol Med NW Section, 
Pullman, Wash, Nov 63. Effect of over- 
crowding in utero on development and survival 
of blastocyst. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 114:604, 63. Gesta- 
tion in salpingectomized ovariectomized pro- 
gesterone treated rabbits. 

Sigma Xi Lecture, Montana Univ Missoula, 
Montana, Dec 63. Implantation. 

mrc .FeTtTrairtNo 1V47, Jan-Mar65r Effect 

of lactation and age at first breeding on size 
and survival of rabbit blastocysts. 
j-ET« 3 Zoo l 156, (WO-37T2 6 9 , Aug 64. Effe cts 6 f 
over-crowding in utero on implantation and 
fetal development in the rabbit. 
HD-00586 NTN FEASTER, JOHN P., Univ. Florida, 

Gainesville, Fla. Lipid metabolism 
in the fetus 
HD-00587 HED JONES, HOWARD W., Jr., Sch. Med., 

Johns Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore, Md. 
Human embryonic defects— A correlative study 
Am J Obstet Gynec 87:578, 63. Pathology and 

cytogenetics of gonadal aplasia. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 89:414, 64. The production 
of ovarian dysgenesis in the rat and human by 
bulsulphan. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 25:264, 64. Production of ovarian 
dysgenesis in the rat by ethamoxytriphetol (Mer-25). 
Am J Obstet Gynec 25, (No 5):435, 65. Pathologic and 
cytogenetic findings in true hermaphroditism. Report of 
6 cases and review of 23 cases from the literature. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 25, (No 6):597, 65. Clinical, histologic 
and cytogenetic findings in male hermaphroditism. I. Male 
hermaphroditism with ambiguous or predominantly masculine 
external genitalia. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 25, (No 6):768, 65. Clinical, histologic 
and cytogenetic findings in male hermaphroditism. II. Male 
hermaphrodites with feminine external genitalia (testicular 
feminization). 
Am J Obstet Gynec 26, (No 1):48, 65. Clinical, histologic 
and cytogenetic findings in male hermaphroditism. III. Male 
hermaphrodites with asymmetrical gonadal differentiation 
(mixed aonadal dysgenesis). 
Cytogenetics 3:355, 64. Clinical and cytogenetical studies 
in female gonadal dysgenesis and their bearing on the 
cause of Turner's syndrome. 
HD-00588 GEN MELLMAN, WILLIAM J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Human 
chromosomal aneuoloidy 
Cytogenetics 3:252, 64. Developmental retarda- 
tion associated with an unbalanced 13-15/18 
translocation. 
Endocrinology 75, (No 1):104, Jul 64. Neuro- 
hypophysial hormones of chickens and turkeys. 
feit-Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Neurohypo- 

ohvsial hormones of birds. 
J Clin Endocr 24:467, 64. Chromosomal analysis 

of multiple tissues from a true hermaphrodite. 
J Ment Defic Res 8:93, 64. A family with a 

fusion translocation. 
J Pediat 65:937, 64. Double aneuploidy: Trisomy 

21 and XO/XX sex chromosome mosaicism. 
Lancet p. 674, Sep 64. Leucocyte enzymes in 

Down's syndrome. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res p. 80, Jun 64. Disturbances 
in lipid and carbohydrate metabolism in an in- ' 
fant with an autosomal translocation. 
Am J Dis Child 110:473, 65. Rubella infection of human 

leukocytes. 
Fed Proc 24, (No 2), Mar-Apr 65. Effect of antibiotics on 

nrinarv nhenols in phenylketonuria . 
J Lab Clin Med 66:980, 65. An improved assay of erythro- 
cyte and leukocyte galactose-1-phosphate uridyl trans- 
ferase: Stabilization of the enzyme by a thiol protective 
reagent. 
Lancet 1:821, 65. Phosphokinase activity of erythrocytes 

in mongolism. 
Lancet 1:1395. 65. A new genetic abnormality. 
Proc Am Pediat Roentgen Ray Soc, Dec 65. Significance of 
interorbital distance in patients with chromosome abnormal- 
ities. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 119:631, 65. Cortisone on in vitro 
viral infection. II. Effect on distribution of cytopathic 
effect and acid phosphatase arrangement in human cells 
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Proc Soc Pediat Res, May 65. Absence of sex chromatin 

suppression in small Drematures. 
Human Chromosome Methodology , Academic Press, New York, 

6~5^ Human peripheral blood leucocyte cultures. 
HED MUNSICK, ROBERT A., Univ. Colorado Med. Cr., 
Denver, Colorado In vitro study of the 
ohvsijloov of the amnion 
Ted Proc 23, (No 2), 64, Neurohypophysial 
hormones of birds. 
PATH FLINT, J.C., Sch. Vet. Med., Colorado State 
Univ. Res. Fdn., Fort Collins, Colorado 
Testicular degeneration from isosperm antibodies 
PR VAN WAGENEN, G., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Fetal development 
of the ovarv and testis in Homo sapiens 
and Macaca mulatta 
CB NAGANO, TOSHIO, Sch. Med., Chiba Univ., 

Chiba, Japan Studies on the fine 
structure of human germinal cells 
HED EMERSON, KENDALL, Jr., Sch. Med., Harvard 
Univ., Cambridge, Mass. Total energy 
exchantie in pregnancy 
HED HOWE, GEORGE R., Col. Med., Univ. Vermont, 
Burlington, Vt. The uterine control of 
cycl' 1 : ovarian activity 
HED GREENWALD, GILBERT S., Univ. Kansas Med. 
Cr., Kansas City, Kansas Follicular 
development in the mammalian ovary 
J Endocr 28:123, 63. Failure of continous 

light to induce constant oestrus in the hamster. 
Anat Rec 148:171, 64. The effects of uni- 
lateral ovariectomy on follicular maturation in 
the guinea pig. 
Anat Rec 148, (No 4):605, Apr 64. Ovarian 

follicular development in the pregnant hamster. 
Endocrinology 73:436, 63. Effect of anti-PMS 1 

serum on superovulation in the hamster. 
J Reprod Fertil 5:217, 63. Coital block to 

superovulat ion in the hamster. 

Acta tndocr 4/:10764T WecTiahismsTiy which 
norethynodrel and ethynyl oestradiol inhibit 
ovulation in the hamster. 
ATTiT~AriatTt4:49T, 64. rTistocTiemical studies 

on the interstitial gland in the rabbit ovary. 
Am J Anat 116:257, 65. A histochemical study 

of the hamster ovary. 
Anat Kec 14v:411, t>4.~A cornpafaTlve Tusfo- 
chemical study of interstitial tissue and fol- 
licular atresia in the mammalian ovary. 
Endocrinology 76:1213, 65. Luteolytic effect of estrogen on 

the corpora lutea of pregnancy of the hamster. 
Endocrinology 77:641, 65. Histologic transformation of the 

ovary of the lactating hamster. 
Fertil Steril 16:185, 65. Effects of a dihydronaphthalene 

derivative (U-11100A) on pregnancy in the rat. 
J Endocr 33:13, 65. Effect of a single injection of 

diethylsti Iboestrol or progesterone on the hamster ovary. 
J Endocr 33:25, 65. Anti-ovulatory potency of various 
steroids, determined by a single infection of the female 
hamster. 
J Reprod Fertil 9:9, 65. Interruption of pregnancy in the rat 

by a uterine suture. 
J Reprod Fertil 10:203, 65. A comparison of 35 S methionine 
incorporation in the blastocysts of normal and delayed 
implanting mice. 
HED TURNER, C. DONNELL, Grad. Sch., Duquesne 
Univ., Pittsburgh, Pa. Factors 
involved in gonad differentiation in 
mammals 
Am Zool 4:83, 64. The capacity of testosterone 
and progesterone to induce female pseudoher- 
maphroditism in the mouse. 
Science 143:1344, 64. Experimental reversal of 

germ cells in ovaries of fetal mice. 
AnV3~Ob5tet Gynec~W,~tN5 7T:T2087T}ec~64\ 
Special mechanisms in anomalies of sex 
differentiation. 
Am ZOOI 4, (NO 4), Nov 64: The caPacity~6T 
A-norprogesterone to prevent androgen-inducecf 
female psaudohermaphroiditism in the mouse. 
Am ZOOl 4, (NO 4), NOV 64. The migration OT 
ovarian germ cells into the seminiferous tubules 
of contiguous testicular grafts. 
HED DRISCOLL, SHIRLEY G., Boston Lying-in Hosp., 
Boston, Mass. Pregnancy wastage- 
Infections: Diabetes rnellitus 
Proc Ross Conf Pediat Res, Little Ro:k, Ark, 
Oct 64. Pathology of pregnancy complicated 
by diabetes rnellitus. 
Proc 2nd Rochester Trophoblast Conf, Univ 
Rochester Sch Med, 64. Placental migration 
of leukocytes in diabetic subjects and further 
thoughts on mechanisms of transfer and local- 
ization of cells in the offspring. 
SSS TOBIS, JEROME S., Montefiore Hosp., 

New York, N.Y. Study of the 
physical performance of the elderly patient 
SSS ISMAIL, A.H., Sch. Sci., Educ, Purdue 

Univ., Lafayette, Ind. A new criterion 
for physical fitness tests 
HUE BOYD, EDITH, Sch. Med., Child Res. Coun. 
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J Am Med Worn Assn 19, (No 115:953, 64. Var- 
iations in physical growth. 
HED MILLER, HERBERT C, Univ. Kansas Med. Cr., 
Kansas City, Kans. Respiratory distress 
svndrome of newborn infants 
HUE BREU ER, JACK B., Grad. Sch., Boston Univ., 
Botton, Mass. Human biological aspects 
of A2C-Rh interaction 
PET CUTTING, WINDSOR, Sch. Med., Stanford Univ., 
Stanford, Cal. Antifertility effects 
of biquanide compounds 
Antibiotics Chemother 12, (No 121:671, Dec 

62. Antifertility effects of biguanides. 
Stanford Med Bull 20, (No 4):152, Nov 62 . 

Antifertility effects of guanylhydrazones. 
Chemotherapia 8:95, 64. Inhibitory effect of 
antiviral compounds on Columbia SK, LCM, 
vaccinia, and adeno type 12 viruses in vitro. 
Proc 3rd Int Congr Chemother, Stuttgart, Jul 63. 

Antiviral effects of propionin. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 116:938, 64. Complete 
cure of DNA virus infection in cultured cells 
by durg combinations. 
HED SAMORAJSKI, THADDEUS, Cleveland Psychiatric 
Inst., Cleveland, Ohio Prenatal 
chlorpromazine effects on enzymes in 
offspring 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 113:833, 63. 
Chlorpromazine effects on pregnancy and 
offspring in mice . 
HED ODOS, D. LOUISE, Bowman Gray Sch. Med., 
Winston-Salem, N.C. Studies on early 
reproductive processes in rodents 
Am J Anat 116: 493, 65. The ultrastructure of unilaminar 

follicles of the hamster ovary. 
Anat Rec 151:491, 65. The ultrastructure of ovarian follicles 

of prepubertal hamsters. 
J Morph 117:115, 65. The poison gland of the cottonmouth 
moccasin, Ancistrodon P. piscivorus, as observed with the 
electron microscope. 
CB WILSON, JAMES G., Sch. Med., Univ. Florida, 

Gainesville, Fla. Teratogenic inter- 
action of two or more agents in rats 
Anat Rec 145:300, 63 . Studies on the site of 

teratogenic action of Cl4 trypan blue. 
Proc 3rd Ann Mtg Teratology Soc, Quebec, 
Canada, Jun 63 . Interaction of small doses 
of teratogenic agents applied in pairs to 
pregnant rats . 
Am J Obstet Gvnec 90:1181. 64. Experimental teratology. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 123:219, 65. Embryological considerations 

in teratology. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 144:429, 64. 

of chemical agents in the rat. 
Proc Teratology Soc Ann Mtg, San Francisco 

Studies on the beginning of teratogenic susceptibility. 
Teratology: Principles and Techniques, Univ Chicago Press, 

6b. (Editors) 
PATH GABRIELI, ELEMER R., Edward J. Meyer 
Mem. Hosp., Buffalo, N.Y. Clinical 
pathological study into aging 
HUE GOLDBERG, DAVID, Col. Lit., Sci., Arts, 
Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Relationship of pregnancies to marriage 
outcome 
HED GREEN, JAMES A., Sch. Med., Univ. Missouri, 
Columbia, Mo. Fine structure of 
endometrium in pathoiogic states 
HED GATES, ALLEN H., Sch. Med., Stanford Univ., 
Palo Alto, Cal. Regulation of 
development of the mouse egg 
Proc 16th Int Congr Zool 2:94, 63. Postnatal 
growth following asynchronous development of 
the egg and endometrium. 
Am Zool 5, (No 41:148, 65. Gonadotropin preparation and 

super-ovulation in the mouse. 
Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser 99:78, 65. Gonadotropin- 

inhibition substances in human urine. 
Science 148:1471, 65. Hereditary absence of sebaceous 

glands in the mouse. 
Ciba Foundation Symposium on Preimplantation Stages of 
Pregnancy , J A Churchill, London, p. 270, 65. Rate of 
ovular development as a factor in embryonic survival. 
CV GILBERT, ROBERT, Upstate Med. Cr., University 

Hosp., Syracuse, N.Y. A study of dyspnea of 
pregnancy 
NSS PUFFER, RUTH R., Pan American San. Bu., 

Washington, D.C. Coordinated 
Research on Congenital Malformations 
HED ROCK, JOHN, Fdn. for Reproductive Research, 
Brookline, Mass. Refrigerant preservation 
of human spermatozoa 
FerTTrSreril lb, (No 45:3907^ I -Aug 64. 

Refrigerant preservation of human spermatozoa* 

I. Factors influencing recovery in euspermic 

semen: Clinical applications. 
Fertil Steril lb, (No 5):3TlrSep=0ct 64. 

Refrigerant preservation of human spermatozoa. 

II. Factors influencing recovery in oligo- and 
euspermic semen. 

PET DONE, ALAN K., Sch. Med., Univ. Utah, 
Salt Lake City, Utah Perinatal and 
developmental pharmacology 



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Salicylates, an International Symposium , 
Churchill Pub Co, London, 63. Ontogenetic 
studies of salicylate intoxication. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 5:432, 64. Developmental 

pharmacology. 
Proc 41st Koss Conf Pediat Res p7 83, May 62 . 
Maturational influences in salicylate intoxica- 
tion. 
HD-00616 HED MILLER, JERRY R., Indiana Univ. Fdn., 

Indianapolis, Ind. Evaluation of 
obstetrical anesthesia 
HD-10617 HED SOLISH, GEORGE I., Research Fdn. State 

Univ. New York, Albany, N.Y. Titer 
and effect of hemagglutinins in the 
cervical secretions 
HD-00618 HED ULLERY, JOHN C, Col. Med., University 

Hosp., Columbus, Ohio Carbonic HD-00631 

anhydrase in endometrial tissue 
HD-00619 HED PELTIER, LEONARD F., Univ. Kansas Med. Cr., 

Kansas City, Kans. Deformities 

produced by intrauterine operations HD-00632 

Surg Forum 15:441, 64. Deformities produced 
by operations on the rabbit fetus. 
HUNTER, CHARLES A., Jr., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Washington, Seattle, Wash. Excitation 

and contraction in pregnant human uterus HD-00633 

DAY, BILLY N., Univ. Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

Influence of thalidomide on swine 
PUCK, THEODORE T., Univ. Colorado Med. 
Cr., Denver, Colo. Mammalian 
chromosomes as genetic markers in vitro HD-U0634 

Science 148, (NO 3666) :83TApr^r~Srx - cTir6m7B 
tin in newborns: Presumptive evidence for 
external factors in human nondisjunction. 
Am J Dis Child 110:479, 65. Familial myeloproliferative 
disease: A new syndrome closely simulating myelogenous 
leukemia in childhood. 

Proc 3rd Mammalian Cytogenet Conf, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 

Nov 64. Life cycle analysis in mammalian cells. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 54:1797, 65. Cell turnover in mammalian HD-00635 

tissues: Use of cell depletion measurements to calculate 
x-ray reproductive survival curves in vivo. 
Science 148:667, 65. The reversible G2 lag of X-irradiated 
mammalian cells. 
HD-00623 HED BRIDGERS, WILLIAM F., Sch. Med., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Studies on 
mammalian developmental biochemistry 
HD-00624 HED KETCHEL, MELVIN, Worcester Fdn. Exptl. 

Biology, Shrewsbury, Mass. The embryo 
as homograft 
J Reprod Fertil 7:259, 64. Inability of hista- 
mine to induce deciduomata in pregnant and 
pseudonregnant rats. 
Nature 206:522, 65. Normal pregnancy and parturition in rats 
with acouired immunological tolerance to their mates. 
HD-00626 PET TAUSSIG, HELEN B., Sch. Med., Johns 

Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
Thalidomide and congenital maliformations 
HD-00627 GEN McKAY, ROBERT J., Jr., Mary Fletcher 

Hosp., Burlington, Vt. Cyto- 
genetics of abortion 
Pediat Clin N Am 2, (No 11:171, Feb 64 . 
Practical application of current knowledge 
concerning human chromosomes . 
HD-00628 HED CARTER, JAMES E., Indiana Univ. Med. Cr., 

Indianapolis, Ind. Human placenta 
morphology 
Obstet Gynec 23:647, 64. Morphologic evidence 
of syncytial formation from the cytotrophoblastic 
cells. 
HD-00629 HED STEVENS, VERNON C, Col. Med., University 

Hosp., Columbus, Ohio Chondroitin 
sulfate in cervical tissue 
HD-00630 HED BRENT, ROBERT L., Jefferson Med. Col., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Evaluation of new 
experimental methods of teratogenesis 
Fertil Steril 14, (No 3):365, May-Jun 63. 
Modification by progestational compounds of 

the teratogenic effect of uterine vascular HD-00636 

clamping. 
Radiat Res 18, (No 1):58, Jan 63 . Modifica- 
tion of irradiation effects on rat embryos by 
uterine vascular clamping . 
Am J Anat 115:525, 64. The production of con- 
genital malformations using tissue antisera. 
II. The spectrum and incidence of malformations 
following the administration of kidney antiserum 
to pregnant rats. HD-00637 

Fed Proc 23:390, 64. The production of congen- 
ital malformations using tissue antisera. II. 
The spectrum and incidence of malformations 
following the administration of kidney antiserum 
to pregnant rats. 
J Morph 115:273, 64. The effect of uterine 
vascular clamping on the development of rat HD-00639 

embryos three to fourteen days old. 
J Pediat 64:762, 64. Drug testing in animals 
for teratogenic effects. Thalidomide in the 
pregnant rat. 
Lab Anim Care 14:207, 64. An individual-unit 
small animal cage for radiation lethality and 
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Proc Am Pediat Soc, 64. The production of con- 
genital malformations with tissue antisera. III. 
Placental antisera. 
Proc Congen Anomal Res Assn Japan, 65. Some biologic 

properties of teratogenic antisera. 
Proc Japan-US Seminar Epidemiol Stud Etiol Congen Malform 
Cancer, Tokyo, Japan, Nov 65. Immunologic aspects of 
epidemiologic studies of congenital malformation in human 
embryos and fetuses. 
Proc Teratology Soc, 65. The production of congenital mal- 
formations using tissue antisera. IV. Evaluation of the 
mechanism of teratogenesis by varying the route of admin- 
istration of anti-rat-kidnev antiserum. 
Teratology, Ch. 9, p. 215, 65. Effect of proteins, anti- 
bodies and autoimmune phenomena upon conception and 
embryogenesis. 
HED THIEDE, HENRY A., Sch. Med., Dent., 
Univ. Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. 
Second Rochester Conference on the 
Human Trophoblast 
BM FISCHER, JANET J., North Carolina Mem. 

Hosp., Chapel Hill, NX. The 
importance of bacteriuria in pregnancy 
Clin Res 12, (No 25:242, 64. Pyelonephritis in 
pregnancy. 
HED MASTROIANNl, LUIGI, Jr., Harbor Gen. Hosp., 
Torrance, Cal. A comprehensive study of 
oviduct physiology 
J Reprod Fertil 8:145, 64. Corona cell dispersing 
properties of rabbit tubal fluid. 
HED KING, DOROTHY W., State Univ. Iowa, 
Iowa City, Iowa Teratogeny due to 
maternal vitamin E deficiency 
Anat Rec 148:300, 64. Ossification pattern 
of developing abnormal rat fetuses induced by 
maternal vitamin E-deficiency. 
J Nutr 83:123, 64. Comparative effects of cer- 
tain antioxidants on gestational performance 
and teratogeny in vitamin E-deficient rats. 
GEN GERMAN, JAMES L., Ill, Col. Med., Cornell 
Univ., N.Y.C. Cytological and bio- 
chemical studies in human genetics 
J Cell Biol 20, (No 1):37, 64. The pattern of 
DNA synthesis in the chromosomes of human 
blood cells. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 32, (No 3):681, Mar 64. 
Characterization of three human cell lines by 
chromosomal complement and by certain bio- 
chemical parameters. Reversible alteration of 
isozyme patterns by different media. 
Proc 2nd Int Congr Hum Genet p. 1176, 64. 
Asynchronous thymidine uptake by human chro- 
mosomes. 
Science 144, (No 3616):298, Apr 64. Ctyo- 
Jogical evidence for crossing-over in vitro in 
human lymphoid cells. 
Biol Bull 127, (No 2):370, Oct 64. The chromo- 
somal complement of blastomeres in Arbacia 
punctulata. 
Cytogenetics 3:347, 64. Chromosomal autoradio- 
graphy in the Cri du Chat syndrome. 
Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser (No 775:18, 64. 
Serum factors capable of altering cellular 
isozyme patterns in vitro. 
Science 148:506, 65. Chromosomal breakage 
in a rare and probably genetically determined 
syndrome of man. \ 

Cytogenetics of Cells in Culture , Academic 
Press, New York, p. 191, 64. Identification 
and characterization of human chromosomes by 
DNA replication sequence. 
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J Anim Sci 25:157, 66. Influence of feed intake and progesto- 

cipn on reproductive performance in swine. 
CB SUNTZEFF, VALENTINA, Sch. Med., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Effect of aging 
orocess on intestinal tract 
HED DAY, BILLY N., Sch. Agr., Univ. Missouri, 
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corpus luteum 
Endocrinology 74:355, 64. Relationship of de- 
velopment stage to regression of the corpus 
luteum in swine. 
HED GOLDMAN, HERBERT I., Long Island Jewish 
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balance in premature nutrition 
HED CRAIG, JOHN M., Free Hosp. Women, 

Brookline, Mass. Study of toxemia of 

pregnancy 
Fed Proc 23:445, 64. Renal cortical necrosis 
in hypertensive rats given heparin and serot- 
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Lab Invest 13, (No 4) , 64. The failure of 
pregnancy to lower the blood pressure in rats 
with experimental hypertension. 
Arch Path 81:257, 66. Mechanism of serotonin induced 

abortions in rats. 
Lab Invest 14:1456, 65. Tetracycline induced abortion in the 
rat. 



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HD-01173 HED DANFORTH, DAVID N., Evanston Hosp. Assn., 

Evanston, III. Connective tissue changes 
in cervical effacement 
Am J Obstet Gynec 88:952, 64. The effect of 
pregnancy and of enovid on the rabbit vas- 
culature. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 90:274, 64. A punch for 
histological or chemical study of the post- 
partum cervix. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 91:232, 65. Collagen-muscle 
ratio in clinically normal and clinically in- 
competent cervices. 
Fertil Steril 16:81, 65. Regression rate of vas- 
cular effects induced by pregnancy and by 
Norethynodrel-Mestranol . 

Obstet Gynec Survey 19:715, 64. Connective 
tissue mechanisms and their relation to preg- 
nancy. 
HD-nll74 CB WILLIAMS, MARGARET L., Philadelphia General 

Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. Study of swell- 
ing of rat liver mitochondria 
HD-01175 END STRICKLER, HERBERT S., Allegheny Gen. Hosp., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Estrogen and pregnanediol 
as measure of foetal viability 
HD-01176 GM ADAMS, REUBEN H., Southwestern Med. Sch., 

Univ. Texas, Dallas, Texas Effect of 
pregnancy on liver function 
Clin Res 12:59, 64. Mechanism of BSP re- 
tention in hyperemesis gravidarum. 
Gastroenterology 44:480, Apr 63. Observations 
of hepatic function and liver biopsies in acute 
toxemia of pregnancy. 
Gastroenterology 44:490, Apr 63. Alterations 
in BSP removal from blood during normal preg- 
nancy. 
J Clin Invest 42, (No 9):1431, 63. Altera- 
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Proc Am Assn Study Liver Dis, Chicago, III., 
Oct 63. Tetracycline, a cause of severe liver 
and pancreatic dysfunction in pregnancy. 
JAMA 192:195, 65. Viral hepatitis during pregnancy. 
JAMA 192:247, 65. Viral hepatitis during pregnancy 

(editorial). 
Obstet Gynec Survey 20:920, 65. Viral hepatitis during 
pregnancy. 
HD-01177 END HILLIaRD, JASSAM1NE, Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Biosynthesis 
and rhvsioloqy of ovarian steroids 
Anat Rec 145:239, Apr 63. Temporal rela- 
tions of release of pituitary ovulating hormone 
in the rabbit. 
Endocrinology 72, (No 1):59, Jan 63. Gonado- 
tropic activation of preovulatory synthesis and 
release of progestin in the rabbit. 
Endocrinology 72, (No 1):67, Jan 63. Isola- 
tion and identification of progesterone and 
20b-hydroxy-pregn-4-en-3-one in ovarian 
venous blood of rabbits. 
Endocrinology 74, (No 1):108, Jan 64. Time 
of release of pituitary gonadotropin induced by 
electrical stimulation of the rabbit brain. 
Fed Proc 22:1008, Apr 63. Progestin syn- 
thesis and release by the monkey ovary. 
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ovulatory and postovulatory progestins in 
monkev ovary and ovarian vein blood. 
Endocrinology 75:957, 64. Postcoital patterns of secretion 

of pituitary gonadotropin and ovarian proqestin in the rabbit. 
Endocrinology 77:667, 65. Luteinizing hormone activity in 

different parts of rabbit and dog brain. 
Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser 99, (No 3861):E 67, 65. 
Norethindrone blockade of luteinizing hormone release in 
the rabbit: reversal bv estrogen. 
Proc Endocr Soc 47th Ann Mtg, p. 83, Jun 65. Luteinizing 
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pituitary ovulating hormone release by norethindrone. 
Steroids, 1, (Suppl):121, 65. Acute effects of gonadotrophic 
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dehydrogenase activities. 
Hormonal Steroids, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and 
I herapeutics , Academic Press, New York, 1:263, 64. 
Synthesis and release of progestin by rabbit ovary in vivo. 
HD-0II78 END KATZMAN, PHILIP A., Med. Sch., St. Louis 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Biological activity 
and metabolism of new estrogens 
Endocrinology 76:131, 65. Bioassay of estrogens by 

intravaainal iniection in immature rats. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem, New York, Jul-Aug 64. Estro- 
genic properties of 3-ethers of epimeric estriols. 
HD-01179 PATH ANDREW, WARREN, Sch. Med., Indiana Univ., 

Indianapolis, Ind. Aging and cell 
pop j| aliens of connective tissue 
Gerontologist 3, (No 3) , 63. Quantitative study 
of cellularity and vascularity of the dermis of 
man and laboratory animals in relation to age. 
Immunology 7:158, 64. Correlation of adjuvant 
activity and chemical structure of wax D frac- 
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Int Arch Allerg 22:156, 63. The production of 
skin-sensitizing antibody in the guinea pig. 



J Gen Microbiol 34:43, 64. The occurrence of 
muramic acid in wax D preparations of myco- 
bacteria. 
Proc 9th Europ Congr Hemat, Lisbon, Portugal, 
p. 12, 63. Fine structure of capillary endo- 
thelium and of blood and lymph cells in the 
tunica propria of the human intestine. 
Proc 11th Int Congr Cell Biol, 64. Electron 

microscope study of lymphocytes in epithelium. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Geront, Copenhagen, Denmark, 
63. Quantitative study of cellularity and vas- 
cularity of the dermis of man and laboratory 
animals in relation to age. 
Proc Sci Sec, Toilet Goods Assn, 64. Gross 
and microscopic morphological changes with 
age in the human skin. 
Gerontologia 10, (No 1):1, 65. Changes with 
advancing age in the cell population of human 
dermis. 
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relations in rabbit appendix. 
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spinal cord of Wistar institute rats. 
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lamina propria of the intestine: Regional distribution 
and age changes. 
Proc 8th Int Congr Anatomists, 66. Electron microscope 

study of lymphocytes in intestinal epithelium. 
Proc 5th Int Congr Neuropath, 66. Age changes in the 
spinal cord compared with those in other parts of the 
nervous system. 
HD-01180 HED LORINCZ, ALBERT B., Sch. Med., Creighton 

Univ., Omaha, Nebr. Role of free 
ami no ac id imbalance in reproduction 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 114:816, 63. Immedi- 
ate and prolonged effects of hydrocortisone on 
the free amino acids of rat skeletal muscle. 
Science 143:479, 64. Inhibition of the im- 
mune response by phenylalanine. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 88:1060, 64. Discussion: 

Serum lipid partitions in gynecologic cancer. 
J Invest Derm 43:121, 64. Regulation of the 
free amino acids of skin by hydrocortisone. 
JAMA 188:442, 64. The inhibition of the immune 
response by phenylalanine and its application 
to skin transplants. 
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immune response by phenylalanine. Applica- 
tion to skin transplantation. 
Nebraska Med J 49:321, 64. The free amino acids 

of human breast cancer. 
Science 144:1122, 64. Homocitrulline and homo- 
arginine synthesis from lysine. 
HD-01181 HED DEFOE, EDWARD C, Jr., Sch. Med. Sci., 

Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Catechol amine metabolism and newborn 
respiratory distress 
HD-01182 END GORSKI, ROGER A., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Studies 
on the ovarian-hypothalamic-hypophyseal 
axis 
Am J Physiol 205, (No5):842, Nov 63. Modifi- 
cation of ovulatory mechanisms by postnatal 
administration of estrogen to the rat. 
Anat Rec 148:288, 64. Ovulation induced by 

hypothalamic lesioning in the rat. 
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linization by exogenous steroids in the male 
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Proc 46th Mtg Endocr Soc, San Francisco, 
Calif, Jun 64. Gonadal activity and the sex- 
ual differentiation of hypothalamic control of 
LH secretion. _ 
E"mJoc7ifiOH3gy~76, (No 2):Z26,Te1r65:'Trona3aT 
activity and sexual differentiation of the 
hypothalamus. 
Anat Rec 154:350, 66. Localization of the neural control of 

luteinization in the feminized male rat. 
Endocrinology 77:406, 65. Thyroid and adrenal regulation in 

the steroid-sterilized rat. 
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ovulation after physical interruption of different nervous 
pathways to the median eminence region. 
Exp Neurol 13:96, 65. Electroencephalographs changes 
in ventromedial hypothalamus and amygdala of the rat 
by means of vaginal and other peripheral stimuli. 
Fed Proc 25:315, 66. Neural pathways and gonadotropin 

release in rats. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol, Vienna, 
p. 405, 65. Relationship between amygdaloid and hypo- 
thalamic EEG under barbiturate. 
Proc 23rd Int Congr Physiol Sci, Tokyo, p. 274, 65. 
Inhibition of luteinization in the feminized male rat 
hypothalamic lesion or constant illumination. 
HD-01183 HED REYNOLDS, JOHN W. Sch. Med., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Adrenal 
steroid metabolism in children 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 113:980, 63. Isolation of 
160H pregneneolone from urine of newborn in- 
fants. 
Steroids 3:77, 64. The isolation of 16-ketoan- 
drostenedlol from the urine of a newborn infant. 
HD-01184 MET ROUX, JACQUES F., Albert Einstein Col. Med., 

New York, N.Y. Carbohydrate metabolic 
regulation in fetal aging 



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Fed Proc, Apr 64. Studies of pyridine nucleo- 
tide synthesis in prenatal neonatal and adult 
rabbit liver. 
Obstet Gynec 23:637, 64. Regulation of lipid 
synthesis in the developing fetal liver. 
HD-0U86 PATH SCOTT, EARL B„ Sch. Med., State Univ. 

South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D. Electron 
micrc:".cooe studies of aginq 
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of renal tubule cells in aged rats. HD-01200 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 117:586, 64. Modifica- 
tion of the basal architecture or renal tubule 
cells in aged rats. 
Minnesota Med 48:1292, 65. Cardiac muscle: The 
ultrastructure. 
HD-01187 END ASDELL, SYDNEY A., Col. Agr., Cornell Univ., 

Ithaca, N.Y. Sex steroid hormones and 
loncrvitv 
HD-0U88 HED MERRILL, JAMES A., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Okla. Lipid 
bic:ynthesis of reproductive tract 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2):361, Mar-Apr 64. Lipid 
biosynthesis by human endometrium. 
HD-01189 MET LEWIS, GEORGE T., Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, 

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amino acid needs and utilization 
HD-M190 END SEELY, J. RODMAN, Univ. Oklahoma Med. Cr., 

Oklahoma City, Okla. Study of adrenal 
function in newborn infants 
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metabolism in the neonate. 
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HD-01191 HED JOSIMOVICH, JOHN B., Sch. Med., Harvard 

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and insulin in pregnancy 
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tropic, immunologic and electrophoretic pro- 
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HD-01193 VR SOIKE, KENNETH F., Jr., Albany Med. Col. 

of Union University, Albany, N.Y, 
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mouse. HD-01203 

HD-01195 NTN NOVAK, LADISLAV P., Sch. Med,, Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
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six to twelve 
HD-01198 HM CRANEFIELD, PAUL F., New York Academy 

Med., New York, N.Y. Historical study of HD-P1204 

the problem of mental deficiency 
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Paracelsus on goiter and cretinism. HD-01205 

Shakespeare Quart 14, (No 1) ; 87, Winter 63. 
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Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
study cf adrenal and ovarian secretions 
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ment of Cortisol In pig tissue. I, Movement 
into muscle. 
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of the most polar alpha ketollc steroids. 
Biochemistry 2:653, 63. Blood estriol conjuga- 
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estriol In corpus luteum of human pregnancy. 
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tive qas chromatography of urinary estriol. 
Science 141:1275, 63. Cortisol from human nerve. 
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auantitv of 17-hvdroxvsteroids In mouse adrenal. 
Am J Obstet Gyn 91:684, 65. Use of urinary estriol excretion 
in management of pregnancies complicated by diabetes 
mellitus. 
Am J Phys Med 44:20, 65. Ultrasonic movement of Cortisol 
into Dig tissues. II. Movement Into paravertebral nerve. 
Biochemistry 4:1612, 65. Free and conjugated estrogens HD-01711 

in blood plasma durino human preanancv, 
Clin Chem 11:1019, 65. Effect of ma nde I amine administration 

on urinary estriol determinations. 
Fed Proc 24:162, 65. Estrone sulfate in mucinous 

cvstadenoma and oranulosa cell tumor. 
Fed Proc 24:534, 65. Improved combination columns for gas 

chromatoaraohv of estrooens. 
Fed Proc 25:770, 66. The isolation of 113-20(5-21- 
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J Clin Endocr 25:1231, 65. Free and conjugated estrogens 

in mucinous cvstadenomas and qranulosa cell tumor. 
J Clin Endocr 25:1463, 65. Production of U|3,17a,20a,21- 
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J Gas Chromatogr 4:134, 66. A single oven gas chroma- 

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J Med Chem 9:164, 66. Partial synthesis qf l,2,3,4,4aa, 
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Steroids 5:423, 65. Improved combination column for gas 

chromatography of estriol. 
Steroids 7:205, 66. Corticosteroids in human brain. 
Gas Chromatography of Steroids in Biological Fluids , Plenum 
Press, New York, p. 229, 65. Gas chromatography of 
estriol in oregnancv urine. 
Gas Chromatography of Steroids in Biological Fluids , Plenum 
Press, New York, p. 243, 65. Gas chromatography of free 
and coniuqated estrogens in plasma. 
END STEMPFEL, ROBERT S., Jr., Sch. Med., Duke 
Univ., Durham, N.C. Adrenocorticoster- 
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J Clin Endocr 23:805, 63. Juvenile hypothy- 
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Pediat Clin N Am 10:369, 63. Familial abnor- 
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Current Pediatric Therapy, W B Saunders, 
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adrenal glands. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 91:457, Feb 65. Gametogenic 
precocity in a twelve-month-old female. 
Proc Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, Chicago, Jun 66. Growth hormone 

secretion in hypothyroidism. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res Ann Mtg, Atlantic City, May 66. 
Pituitary growth hormone suppression with low-dosage, 
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The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease , McGraw-Hill, 
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SURG GREEN, WILLIAM T., Children's Hosp., 
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and the factors modifying it 
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NTN ARMSTRONG, MARVIN D., Fels Research Institute, 
Yellow Springs, Ohio Blood and urine 
ami:iC acids during growth 
Am J Obstet Gynec 88:381, 64. Amino acid ex- 
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genous renal clearances, fasting serum levels, 
and daily excretion of amino acids. 
Pediatrics 33:280, 64. An occurrence of arginio- 

succinic aciduria. 
Pediatrics 33, (No 6):975, Jun 64. Amino 
acid excretion of newborn infants during the 
first twentv-four hours of life. 
HED BLOCH, ERIC, Albert Einstein Col. Med., 
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progesterone synthesis 
Endocrinology 76:43, 65. In vitro steroid syn- 
thesis by fetal, newborn and adult armadillo 
adrenals and by fetal armadillo testes. 
END SOBcL, EDNA H., Albert Einstein Col. Med., 
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on qro.vth rate and bone age of rats 
HED STIMMEL, BENJAMIN F., Rees-Stealy Fdn., 
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human pregnancy urine 
NTN MOORE, MARIAN E., Virginia Polytechnic Inst., 
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metahnlism of the fetus 
SURG KIESEWETTER, WILLIAM B., Children's Hosp., 
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HED HAYASHI, T. TERRY, Sch. Med., Temple Univ., 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 88:470, Feb 64. Purine 
nucleotide catabolism in placenta. 
HED GR^Y, MARY J., Col. Med., Univ. Vermont, 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 88, (No 6):816, Mar 64. 
A survey of cord bloods for abnormal hemo- 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 89:760, 64. Regulation of 
sodium and total body water metabolism in 
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HED BURT, RICHARD L., Bowman Gray Sch. Med., 
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pregnancy 
Nature 198:293, 63. Metabolic activity of 

oxytocin in the puerperium. 
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Obstet Gynec 23:574, 64. Comparative metabo- 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 112:605, 63. Vitamin 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 115:5041, 64. Lipid 
composition and synthesis in rat liver during 
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gonadal function on the metabolic effects of 
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Obstet Gynec 25:43, 65. Insulin resitance in 
pregnancy. Observations on dealaniated (DA) 
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Obstet Gynec 25:245, 65. Serum insulin-like 
activity after tolbutamide during pregnancy 
and the early puerperium. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 92:195, 65. The effect of insulin and 
glucose on plasma lipids durinq pregnancy and the puerperium. 
HD-01212 HED PIKE, RUTH L., Col. Home Econ., Pennsylvania 

State Univ., University Park, Pa. 
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HD-01213 PET STRAUSS, JOSE, Childrens Hosp. Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, Cal. Use of organic buffers 
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HD-01214 END MARKS, JAMES F., Southwestern Med. Sch., 

Univ. Texas, Dallas, Tex. RBC C14 
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HD-01215 HED KRANTZ, KERMIT E., Univ. Kansas Med. Cr., 

Kansas City, Kans. Maternal-fetal 
relationship in the human olacenta 
HD-01216 NTN LOJKIN, MARY E., Sch. Home Ec, 

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HD-01217 HED JACKSON, BENJAMIN T., Med. Col . Virginia, 

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Pediat Clin N Am 12, (No 3), Aug 65. Steroid 
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N.Y. Conjugation mechanisms during 
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pharmacology. 
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HD-01220 HED MERRILL, JAMES A., Oklahoma Univ. Sch. 

Med., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Plasma 
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HD-01221 MET POSER, CHARLES M., Kansas City Gen. Hosp., 

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familial mental retardation 

HD-01224 NSS SMITH, RICHARD T., Col. Med., Univ. Florida, 

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the inferior acetabular labrum on arthrogram. 
Clin Orthop, Jan 65. Alteration of the acetabular 

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New York J Med, Sep 65. The newborn hip 
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HD-01227 MET FENTON, PAUL F., Brown Univ., Providence, 

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Carnegie Inst Washington Year Book 63:580, 64. 
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Yale J Biol Med 37:455, 65. Changing epidemiologic concepts 
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California, Davis, Cal. Nutritional 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 91:483, 65. Immunoassay of serum 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 91:709, 65. Studies on the mechanism 

of action of ether on human myometrium. 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 92:253, 65. Respiratory distress in the 

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Am J Obstet Gynec 93:669, 65. Enzyme histochemistry of 

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J Pediat 66:737, 65. Intracellular hydrogen ion concentration 

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Nature, 205:701, 65. Inhibitory effect of progesterone on 

the activity of human myomentrium actomyosin adenosine- 
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Novak's Textbook of Gynecology, 7th ed, Williams and 

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experimental investigation of a mathematical learning model. 
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A study of perceptual recognition in two sense modalities. 
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Some statistical considerations in multidimensional scaling. 
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Some relationships between conceptual complexity and 

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A scaling study of synesthetic thinking. 
Educ Psychol Measurement 25:683, 65. Difficulty and other 

correlates of criticalness response style at the item level . 
Educ Psychol Measurement 25:1081, 65. Prediction of college 

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Educ Psychol Measurement 26:55, 66. Effects of coaching 

on the College Board English Composition Test. 
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Proc Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, Jun 66. Radioimmunoassay of 

human LH: Correlation with biological activity. 
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The natural history of asthma--A cohort study 
HD-01807 MC LONGONE, DANIEL T., Col. Lit., Sci., 

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HD-01809 TMP DUTZ, WERNER E., Med. Fac, Pahlavi 

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PHY SMITH, ROBERT E., Univ. California Cr. 
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Genetics 52:983, 65. Cattle serum transferrins - A balanced 

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J Anim Sci 24:1027, 65. Importance of uterine environment 

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Nature 206:678, 65. Transport of the kinin N6-benzyladenine : 

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Plant Physiol 40:529, 65. Glucose catabolism in normal and 

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HD-01843 DEN MILLER, EARL R., Univ. California Med. Cr., 

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HD-01848 DEN FITZGERALD, LAURENCE R., Univ. Tennessee 

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BLIZZARD, ROBERT M., Johns Hopkins Hosp., 

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HD-01465 


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HD-01009 


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HD-01502 


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HO-00217 


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HD-00597 


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HD-00727 


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HD-00527 


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HO-01251 


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HO-00618 


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HO-014S7 


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HO-00772 


VALADIAN ISABELLE 


HO-01134 


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HD-O0501 


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HO- 00963 


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HD-00480 


VAN WAGENEN G 


HD-00591 


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HO-00843 


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HD-01163 


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HD-00553 


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HO-022I8 


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HO-00147 


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HO-01039 


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HO-01232 


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HD-00284 


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HD-00806 


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HD-00957 


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HD-01630 


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HD-00341 


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HD-00184 


WALD NIEL 


HD-00337 


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HD-00715 


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HD-00534 


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HO-00153 


WALKER BRUCE E 


HD-01314 


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HD-00258 


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HD-00904 


WALKER GEOFFREY F 


HO-00181 


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HD-00382 


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HD-00 742 


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HD-00502 


WARKANY JOSEF 


HD-00525 


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HD-00052 


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HO- 0046* 


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HO-00642 


WEINTRAUB DAVID H 


HO-00249 


WEIR MORTON W 


HO- 00 8 74 


WEIR RUTH H 


HD-01580 


WEISS A KURT 


HO-00648 


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HO-00748 


WELLINGS SEFTON R 


HO-00104 


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HD-00159 


WELLS LEMEN J 


HO-004I2 


WERBOFF JACK 


HB-01019 


WERBOFF JACK 


HD-010B2 


WERTHESSEN NICHOLAS T 


HO- 00130 


WHALEN RICHARD E 


HO- 00893 


WHARTON LAWRENCE R JR 


HO- 00417 


WHITE BURTON L 


HO-00761 


WHITMORE WILLET F JR 


HO- 00027 


WHITTAKER J RICHARD 


HO-00059 


WICKSTROM JACK K 


HO-00510 


WIOELOCK DANIEL 


HD-00297 


WIEDERMAN JOSEPH 


HD-00537 


WIELAND RALPH G 


HO- 00 756 


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HO-00140 


WILHELMI ALFRED E 


HD-01231 


WILLIAMS ASHMAN 


HD-01266 


WILLIAMS ASHMAN HOWARD G 


HD-01453 


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HD-01174 


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HO-01056 


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HD-00031 


WILSON JAMES G 


HD- 00607 


WILSON JAMES L 


HO-00244 


WILSON MIRIAM G 


HO-01871 


WILTBANK JAMES N 


HO-00448 


WINITZ HARRIS 


HD-00962 


WINITZ HARRIS 


HO-01657 


WINKELSTEIN WARREN JR 


HO-00017 


WINOGRAD EUGENE 


HO-00933 


WINTERS ROBERT W 


HO-00117 


WITTSON CECIL L 


HO-OO370 


WOERDEMAN MARTINUS W 


HO-01063 


WOLFE JOHN B 


HO-00916 


WOLKOFF A STARK 


HD-00556 


WOLKOFF A STARK 


HD-01482 


WOOD RICHARD L 


HD-00426 


WOOD RICHARD L 


HD-01337 


WOOLEVER CHARLES A 


HO-00445 


WOOLF CHARLES M 


HO-01270 


WORT IS JOSEPH 


HO-01095 


WOSTMANN BERNARD S 


HO- 00855 


WOSTMANN BERNARD S 


HO-01167 


WRIGHT PAUL A 


HO-00385 


WRIGHT PAUL A 


HD- 00752 


WRIGHT STANLEY W 


HO- 00315 


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HO-00056 


WYNN RALPH M 


HO- 00018 


YAFFE SUMNER J 


HD-01219 


YCAS MARTYNAS 


HO-01838 


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HD-00 718 


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HO-00720 


YOUNG REUBEN B 


HO-01116 


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HO-01562 


YUWILER ARTHUR 


HO-01058 


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HO-01825 


ZAMENHOF STEPHEN 


HO-01226 


ZAMENHOF STEPHEN 


HD-01331 


ZANGWILL DONALD P 


HO-00815 


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HD-00524 


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HD-01408 


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HD-01410 


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